Hauora Māori

Ko Tararua me Ruahine ngā pae maunga
Ko Te Rōpū Mana Hauora o Tararua, o Ruahine te rātonga hauora
Nau mai, haere mai, piki mai, kake mai.

Māori are a diverse people and whilst there is no single Māori identity, it is vital practitioners offer culturally appropriate care when working with whānau Māori. This can be actualised by (in no particular order):

 

Whānau Ora

Whānau Ora Navigators/ Kaiwhakaaraara work alongside whānau to identify their aspirations, strengths and chosen pathway.
Te Tihi | Whānau Ora Navigation Service

 

Te Ara Rau

Balancing between individual needs and realising Whānau/Community aspirations is at the forefront of Te Ara Rau.
Te Ara Rau

 

 

Iwi/Māori Providers
 

Health and Social Services

He Puna Hauora Incorporated 

 

 

Unit 5, 160 Grey Street
Palmerston North
(06) 356-7037
027 388-3707
Navigator/Kaiwhakaaraara
Website

Best Care (Whakapai Hauora) Charitable Trust

 

 

 

140–148 Maxwells Line
Palmerston North
(06) 353-6385 ext 771
021 054-5546
Navigator/Kaiwhakaaraara
Website

Te Wakahuia O Manawatu Trust

 

 

 

56 Pembroke Street
Palmerston North
(06) 357-3400
Navigator/Kaiwhakaaraara
Website

Te Kete Hauora – Rangitane O Tamaki Nui A Rua    

  

 

 

10 Gordon St
PO Box 62
Dannevirke 4930
(06) 374 6860
027 642-8673
Navigator/Kaiwhakaaraara
Website

Muaupoko Tribal Authority

 

 

 

306 Oxford Street
Levin 5510
(06) 367-3311
021 0216-1051
Navigator/Kaiwhakaaraara
Website

Raukawa Whanau Ora

 

 

 

3 Keepa Street
Levin 5510
(06) 368-8678 ext 137
027 545-5461
Navigator/Kaiwhakaaraara
Website

Nga Kaitiaki O Ngati Kauwhata Inc

        

 

139 South Street
Feilding
(06) 323-6446
027 321-3003
Navigator/Kaiwhakaaraara

 

Further Services

 

 

Raukawa Māori Wardens
 

 

Māori Women's Welfare League
- Rangitāne o Manawatū branch
- Kauwhata branch 

 

Ngā iwi o te reu reu - Te Rōpu Hokowhitu Charitable Trust